The village of Bredhurst is located on the North Kent Downs and is within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). There are 370 residents on the Electoral Roll and it comes under Maidstone Borough Council.
Bredhurst has a Primary School which was founded in 1866, The Bell public house which dates from the Tudor period and St Peter’s Church which dates from the 11th century. The Parish Council runs Blacksmiths Community Barn and there is also an independently run village hall, both of which are available for hire. The village is surrounded by farmland and Bredhurst Woods, an ancient woodland covering over 600 acres.
Bredhurst Parish Council normally meets on the first Wednesday of every month except January and August. Meetings are held in Blacksmiths Barn, Blacksmith Court ME7 3JU at 6.30 pm. All meetings are open to the public. For more details, please contact the clerk.
Coronavirus (COVID 19)
We are living in unprecedented times and are facing challenges to our physical, emotional and mental health. It is vitally important that everyone does what they can to see us through this crisis. We urge all residents to follow government advice and instructions. There are some websites below which you may find useful.